You can be healed—without delay

Live audio chat with Nathan Talbot, C.S.B.

In his opening comments, Nate mentions the many instantaneous healings in the Bible, and indicates that such healing works are possible today. He points out that from God’s perspective, all healing is immediate; whereas, the human perspective too often sees healing as delayed. He encourages listeners to work at “moving away from a human mind that does not acknowledge immediate healing, and relating our thought more and more to the divine Mind that knows healing now.”

Nate answers a range of honest and heartfelt questions, including whether it’s ever too late to be healed of multiple sclerosis, heart disease, hemorrhaging, and other chronic conditions; whether the patient is “doing something wrong” if healing isn't coming; why there seem to be so many long-term unhealed cases in Christian Science; why it could sometimes be hard to find a practitioner willing to stick with a long-term case; how to know if temporary medical treatment may ever be appropriate; whether lusting after women or committing other sins can interfere with healing; whether it’s normal to expect physical healing to always be the natural result of spiritual growth; and many more.

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